Vibrating Screens

Since its founding, Elgin Separation Solutions has established industry leadership by providing:


  • Design flexibility for the most rugged vibrating screens at a competitive price
  • Dependable sizing, wet or dry applications
  • Efficient screening of metallic/nonmetallic minerals, aggregate, sand, gravel,
    crushed stone, coal and recycled materials
  • Wide selection of repair parts
  • 24 x 7 emergency service
  • Application assistance


We have a full line of Vibrating Incline, Multi-Slope, Horizontal and Fine Dewatering Screens to meet your most demanding applications. Screens are available in single, double, triple or multi-slope decks in sizes ranging from 3’ to 12’ wide and 6’ to 28’ long.

Linear motion horizontal screen
Dewatering and Recovery Screen

Horizontal Screen

Reverse Incline Screen

The linear motion horizontal screen is the mainstay of the many screens used in coal prep plants and lends itself toward sizing when the cut point is below 1½”.  It is also used in magnetite recovery and dewatering.

Reverse incline screens are often used for dewatering and recovery of fines from effluent.  With its high acceleration and upward slopes, this screen is suitable for applications where a dry, conveyable product is needed.

Linear Motion Incline Screen

Incline Screen

Linear motion inclined screens are used primarily in the aggregate industry where production volume has increased but space limitations do not allow for larger screens.


Circular motion inclined screens typically lend themselves to scalping operations.  The circular motion causes the material to roll down the deck.  This helps reduce “plugging” of the near size material in the openings.  Elliptical motion inclined screens operate in much the same way as the circular motion version. Depending on drive placement, this screen can speed up the travel rate on the feed end and slow it down on the discharge end.

Multi-Slope Screen

This screen is used in almost every coal industry application, particularly in raw coal/deslime and drain/rinse operations. It increases processed tonnage 30% to 40% over the same footprint of a conventional type screen.


The operating principle of the “banana” screen is based on maintaining a thin bed of material from the feed to discharge end. This allows immediate stratification of fines to the bottom of the bed and increases the probability of separation.  The Tabor Model TMS Multi-Slope screen has standard 4’ modular deck sections and replaceable deck wear liners.

Horizontal Screen, Reverse Incline Screen, Incline Screen, Multi-Slope Screen


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